Blogs

Announcing the First OpenDaylight Ambassadors

 

The OpenDaylight Ambassador program was created to help sustain and grow the global userbase as more and more people become interested in the project. OpenDaylight Ambassadors are passionate about the project, open SDN and are recognized for their expertise, leadership and willingness to share their knowledge for the betterment and growth of the community.

OpenDaylight Intern Spotlight: Deepak Kathayat

OpenDaylight has accepted seven student interns for the summer of 2014 to work in the community and receive hands-on development experience in SDN. Each intern is working closely with an active OpenDaylight developer as their mentor on a project that suits interest and community need. 

This blog series aims to showcase the interns chosen and the projects they’re actively working on, the mentors who are aiding in their professional development and the overall experience of working in an open source community to create a common platform for SDN and NFV.

Join OpenDaylight in Germany this October

 

In less than 15 months since it formed, OpenDaylight has used code development to overcome networking’s toughest challenges and has quickly become the de facto standard for open SDN. The community’s second software release is due this fall, and we’re excited to host events that allow developers, end users, network engineers and the OpenDaylight community to gather and discuss the industry’s evolution from proprietary to open source SDN solutions.

OpenDaylight Intern Spotlight: Mohammad Zahraee

OpenDaylight has accepted seven student interns for the summer of 2014 to work in the community and receive hands-on development experience in SDN. Each intern is working closely with an active OpenDaylight developer as their mentor on a project that suits interest and community need. 

This blog series aims to showcase the interns chosen and the projects they’re actively working on, the mentors who are aiding in their professional development and the overall experience of working in an open source community to create a common platform for SDN and NFV.

First OpenDaylight User Group Meeting in Austin, Texas

We’re seeing more people picking up and testing OpenDaylight Hydrogen in anticipation of our second release this fall. As excitement starts building for Helium, we’ve seen a lot of conversations by developers looking for a way to get together, learn and talk about OpenDaylight and the future of open SDN.

OpenDaylight in 5 Minutes or Less - Video Series

 

One of the great things about an open source project is the ability to collaborate and cross-pollinate across a diverse group of experts to create code. The OpenDaylight community is a made up of people who are both new and experienced when it comes to software development, so they’re making it easy for those new to the project to dive in and share their knowledge.

OpenDaylight Intern Spotlight: Neel Bommisetty

OpenDaylight has accepted seven student interns for the summer of 2014 to work in the community and receive hands-on development experience in SDN. Each intern is working closely with an active OpenDaylight developer as their mentor on a project that suits interest and community need. 

This blog series aims to showcase the interns chosen and the projects they’re actively working on, the mentors who are aiding in their professional development and the overall experience of working in an open source community to create a common platform for SDN and NFV.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - blogs